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Co-Sleeping With Your Baby

Posted by SuperMomSurveys on November 12, 2014 at 10:30 AM



Finding it difficult to be a co-sleeper with your baby?


 

Sleeping with a baby is difficult. Being a mom, you have to complete this task daily. And the

 

best part is, you cannot get away with this. So, instead of fighting with the idea of being your

 

baby’s co-sleeper, let’s concentrate on some tips that can help you have a good night sleep with

 

your baby.


 

1. Believe: If you think that you cannot sleep with your baby, you cannot. If you think you

    can, you surely can. The latter might be a bit difficult, but in a couple of days, you will be

    comfortable and will sleep well in their company.

2. Good fitting nightwear for your baby: If your baby sleeps in a comfy fit, they do not get

     irritated with the fitting and will be less problematic in their sleep. So, buy some perfect fit

     nightwear for them. If you are planning to buy some for them, find some overstock

     promo code first. There are a number of discount coupons that can be helpful in getting

    an amazing discount on your purchases at Overstock.com for baby wear.

3. Lights: It is important that when your baby is sleeping during the nighttime, keep the

    lights dim. When their sleep is disturbed, dim lights will help you put them back to sleep

    easily. Suggested: Keep your smartphone or iPad’s backlight even low.

4. Environment: Babies love sleeping in a cold environment, which is noise-free. This is

     something that might bother you the most. Turn off the air conditioner, and your baby

     might be struggling to sleep. There is noise outside your room and your baby might get

     up. Yes, this is difficult, but if you are there to comfort them, they will not struggle to get

     back to sleep. So, being a co-sleeper, you need to take care of it.



 

Cases where you should avoid being your baby’s co-sleeper


 

There are a number of cases when you should avoid being your baby’s co-sleeper. This is

 

because it can affect their health. In some cases, it can lead to fatal sleeping issues and, in

 

some cases, can even lead to their death. You don’t want that to happen, right?

 

So, the cases are:


 

1. If you are a smoker: If you are a smoker, you should not be around your baby when they

    are sleeping. Also, it is a known fact that secondhand smoking can be dangerous for

    kids. Don’t put their life in danger. Stay away from them. Let them sleep with someone

    else.

2. If you are under the influence of drugs or alcohol: This is a big no-no. Being under the

    influence of drugs or alcohol, you might cause harm to the baby, unintentionally. So, stay

    away from the baby or stay away from drugs and alcohol.

3. If you are tired: Some can handle a number of tasks when they are tired, while some find

    it really difficult. In your case, if you feel you are excessively tired and will not be able to

    take care of the baby, ask someone else to sleep with the baby.




Categories: Nov. 2014

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